TORONTO, June 27, 2007 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Same-sex “marriage” among Canadian homosexual couples is getting less popular, and now the majority of homosexual couples that obtain a marriage license in Canada are foreigners, says a recent report by Reuters.

The city of Toronto, which hosted the claimed “million-strong” annual Gay Pride March on Sunday, has one of the largest homosexual populations in Canada. Despite this fact, however, the demand for same-sex marriage licenses has drastically declined. Last year, the city issued 107 licenses to Canadian homosexual couples, whereas this year it has so far only issued 1…

After homosexual “marriage” was first legalized in 2005, there was a rush of couples who wanted to be “married”, many of them in order to make a public statement that homosexuality is acceptable. Since then, however, the overall number of Canadian same-sex couples getting “married” has declined to a mere trickle…

Homosexual foreign couples have often used Canada as a springboard to gain recognition of their homosexual “marriages” within their own countries, which may explain why foreign couples are continuing to pour into Canada to obtain a marriage licenses. In 2006, for example, Irish lesbian activists Katherine Zappone and Ann Louise Gilligan filed suit against the Irish government for not recognizing their Canadian “marriage”. They argued that their rights were being violated and that they should receive the same tax law provisions as a married heterosexual couple…

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